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Quote, originally posted by briang » The way H&R lists springs is "length-rate"
The 180-070 in the front is the length of the spring in milimeters, 180 and the rate 070. The 300-050 for the rear is the spring lenght in milimeters, 300, and the rate 050.
The rates are listed in newtons/mm of travel and can be converted to lbs/inch as follows, 1 newton / millimeter = 5.71014715 pounds force / inch.
So 70N/mm = 399.7 lbf/in
and 50N/mm = 285.5 lbf/in
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does any one know the nuespeed sport and race spring rates for a mrk3 vr6
and did you guys have the same problem getting nuespeed rates as you did with H&R thanks.
and are they progressive or linear
Modified by Top-NouchVR6 at 7:16 PM 9-23-2007
Sorry to bring this back from the dead, and I didn't go through every page, but I thought that Eibach prokit springs were progressive, whereas on the first page it indicates that they're linear.
2012 GLI DSG
UNITRONIC TUNED K04 - Carbonio intake - UNITRONIC TBE - APR FMIC - Neuspeed TOP - HPA SHS Coilovers - HPA Red Motor Mount
Car: 87 VW Cabriolet w/ 16v conv.
Manufacture of springs: Ebach coilover springs
Struts and shocks: Bielstien
Coilovers: Ground control
Swaybars: 22mm front, 25mm rear (aftermarket forgot brand "red")
Spring rate front: 375lbs.
Spring rate rear: 325lbs.
Aftermarket wheels Borbet type E wheels with 195-40-16 hit the coilovers so I need wheel spacer for them, so temp. running my factory 13" rims, 175-70-13.
Rides somewhat bouncy to me, just installed yesterday and its a daily driver. Handles very well, but I don't have much to compare it too.
Modified by Serpent7 at 10:02 PM 1-29-2008
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Since I didn't see any off-the-shelf springs for A1's in these 7 pages, I made some phone calls....
Neuspeed Sport Springs (55.10.01)
Front = 140 - 200 lbs/in
Rear = 120 - 150 lbs/in
Neuspeed Race Springs (55.10.05) <--- No longer produced
Front = 275 - 300 lbs/in
Rear = 270 lbs/in
H&R Sport Springs (54740)
*Data not released*
H&R Race Springs (54740-88)
Front = 400 lbs/in
Rear = 285 lbs/in
Modified by DTDSasquatch at 6:06 PM 11-5-2008
Megan Racing Lowering Springs Volkswagen Golf / Golf GTI 1999-2005
Megan Racing Performance Lowering Spring Feature Summary:
- Aggressive lowering height designed to provide a lowered racecar look
- Lower profile for better handling performance
- Minimal sagging
- Lowering heights and spring rates matched specifically to each car
- Made from SAE-9254 cold-wounded steel for better strength and durability.
Reference: Megan Racing lowering spring, Megan Racing performance springs, Megan race springs
Spring Rate (lbs/inch) 350 250
Max Lowering Height (inch) 1.75" 1.75"
Hey man u seem to know your stuff really well. I was hoping you could help me w/a question. I have a 2000 GTI (1.8T) that i bought used, already dropped (not sure how much of a drop) on 225/40/18's. I need to get either shocks or both shocks & springs (i think the springs are still good) & i want stiffer than facory (not much room b/w tire & wheel well). What name & shock rate should i look for?
vuu, what do you use for shocks? I am creating a SOLO car and was wondering about spring rate. Most coilovers use a 35-336 F and a 285-280 R spring rate. I thought this would be good with sufficient bar force and less compliant busings.
The problem is with more force there is more wear...do you have addditional welds for the suspension supports...control arm, strut mount, rear bushing mounts...etc?
Is trhere any way this could at least be subdivided by chassis? It's frustrating trying to wade through it in this format. I've got an A1 on H&R sports/Koni yellows and want something that will actually hold the back end up. Problem is I'm TRYING to find out the rate of what I HAVE. FRUSTRATING!!!!
I cannot believe that there is no exhaustive listing of spring rates for our cars.
2004 MkIV R32 Golf
APR Tune - Carbonio CAI - HPA SHS - Dieselgeek SS - Custom Catback Exhaust
FS: NEW Weitec Ultra GT Springs & Shocks for 2002-2009 VW 9N Polo
Not sure this is really the place for it, but it took me more than 6 hrs to find the right springs for my golf. So if i can save someone else the ball ache thats good for me.
I have a golf 4, uk spec, 02, PD150, with full GTi level susp as standard.
this runs the
1j0 411 105 ce on the front
(2 blue 3 white, 2B 3W)
GSF stock an after market at 1/3 of the cost of VW, its a Kilen spring (made by GKN), Pt# 25076
same spring as the 2.8 V6 4M
hope this helps someone in cyber land